Frequently Asked Questions
Many people who visit this site may have problems on the job and simply wish to learn more about their rights. If you fit in this category, first you need to realize that job related problems aren't necessarily the end of the world. But they are matters which should be handled by a professional in the Employment Law arena.
There are several types of problems people face at work. Some of them are:
- Age Discrimination
- Disability Discrimination
- Family Medical Leave Problems
- Pregnancy Discrimination
- Gender Discrimination
- Wage Theft
- National Origin Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment
- Racial Discrimination
- Religious Discrimination
By discussing your problems with a qualified attorney, you may be able to preserve your rights and alleviate many fears.
THE INFORMATION PROVIDED HERE IS GENERAL AND SHOULD NOT BE SUBSTITUTED BY THE ADVICE OF AN ATTORNEY. THIS WEBSITE IS NOT A LEGAL SERVICE PROVIDER AND THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN IS SIMPLY FOR REFERENCE.
Mark E. Hammons
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Public Relations Officer
What is Age Discrimination?
Ageism is bias against a person or group on the grounds of age. When that bias is the primary motivation behind acts of discrimination against that person or group, then those acts constitute age discrimination.